Sanctimonious Comey Heads Toward the Exit…

The pontificating, smug, condescending and sanctimonious former FBI Director; who appointed himself the arbiter of all moral virtue; is apparently attempting to steer his high-horse toward the exit of a Mueller narrative he created.

In typical leftist fashion, James Comey now attempts to distance himself from the damage he created; and position his sheeple followers to accept the lack of actual substance behind his prior snake-oil promises.

What an absolute fraud this guy is.

It is stunning to think he once was the Director of the FBI… Then again, the 2.0 version in Christopher Wray isn’t much of an improvement.  I digress.

JAMES COMEY […]  But not everyone knows what it “must” say. Even though I believe Mr. Trump is morally unfit to be president of the United States, I’m not rooting for Mr. Mueller to demonstrate that he is a criminal. I’m also not rooting for Mr. Mueller to “clear” the president. I’m not rooting for anything at all, except that the special counsel be permitted to finish his work, charge whatever cases warrant charging and report on his work.

President Trump’s constant attacks on the special counsel, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department over the past two years raised the prospect that he would interfere to stop the special counsel’s work. It is deeply concerning that the president of the United States would try to protect himself by torching the institutions of justice. But he hasn’t used his authority to end Mr. Mueller’s work. (That would have been a crisis of a different order — shutting down the investigation, rather than just trying to undermine its credibility.) So we are in a position to wonder and hope about the report’s content.

[…]  I have no idea whether the special counsel will conclude that Mr. Trump knowingly conspired with the Russians in connection with the 2016 election or that he obstructed justice with the required corrupt intent. I also don’t care.

I care only that the work be done, well and completely. If it is, justice will have prevailed and core American values will have been protected at a time when so much of our national leadership has abandoned its commitment to truth and the rule of law. (read more)

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164 Responses to Sanctimonious Comey Heads Toward the Exit…

  1. I don’t know which was better—the article, the almost in tears pic, the little fiddle or the Growacet pills!

    Liked by 15 people

  2. Zoe says:

    I wish I could shove comedy’s hypocrisy down his throat. The Obama administration is doing everything they are accusing President Trump of doing. So infuriating. I pray they fall into the pit they have dug from Trump. Den of vipers all of them.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      Yeah, Comey is beyond needing a lesson. F him. Creepy loser.

      I hope he never lives down the damage he’s done to every institution he touched.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Mr. G says:

        Comey couldn’t care less what damage he’s done or what the masses think. It’s that very trait that allowed him to do what he did.

        I believe the term that describes Comey is psychopath.

        Liked by 17 people

        • Dutchman says:

          Now called “Associative Personality Disorder”, in the DSMR, they combine Sociopath and Psychopath under one term, but same definition.

          Funny, how psychology, a science, defines APD as having no conscience,
          a spiritual concept.

          Also, a condition which they are unable to treat, perhaps because its not a disease of the mind, but of the SOUL?

          Liked by 11 people

          • thomaspsyche says:

            Psychiatry means one who heals the soul but if absent of conscience what can you reach to change?

            Liked by 3 people

          • glissmeister says:

            A while back, european researchers identified what they believed was an SSRI side effect that amplified the proclivity for conflict avoidance. They were concerned about it adversely impacting those in Trustee positions; executives, lawyers, judges, etc.

            The side-effect supposedly created a subtle but influential “greater good” delusion. Whatever the problem, avoiding conflict was better than allowing or creating conflict by forcefully exercising the trustee duty they had been entrusted with.

            The fundamental purpose of Trustee authority is to take first action to protect or prevent; to engage in conflict to enforce the trustee duty being exercised. The purpose of a trustee is be a guardian and actively discharge their duty to act. But this class of side effect caused users to avoid that conflict and so create the tendency to trivialize or otherwise abdicate their trustee duty. The researchers were concerned about the potential societal and economic implications of a widespread problem of failed trustees who trivialized their professional duty to avoid conflict and failed to timely act.

            This theory illuminates a very dangerous issue in modern, complex technology societies. Personally, I suspect it’s a significant part of the collapse of ethics, proportion and trustee performance inside the Beltway, where I also suspect the routine use of SSRIs is widespread.

            It’s not just a matter of immorality. There is something else going wrong.

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            • trialbytruth says:

              Now that is an interesting theory.

              Conflict avoidance is routinely taught as a replacement to conflict resolution.

              Truth test ask yourself ” do I ever do this” ever been a parent?

              Liked by 1 person

              • GB Bari says:

                Hey! That’s not fair!
                We parents were harshly and repeatedly admonished by the “experts” to protect the little dears’ self-esteem.

                Conflict resolution:
                “Two plus two equals five? No, thats wrong Johnny. No, just because you say you hate math doesn’t mean we’re going to stop so you can watch cartoons. Let’s try again. Let’s use these crayons to demonstrate how two plus two equals a different number….”

                Conflict avoidance:
                “Two plus two equals five?, OK, that’s good, little Johnny, you’re trying so hard. Lets move on to spelling….”


            • angieunderground says:

              What ever happened to “No justice no peace”?


      • margarite1 says:

        I’ve just realized we’ve had identify politics for a really long time. Before you had to go to Ivy League schools, have a perfect family and occupy certain positions of import while ascendeding to the pinnacle. Whether or not the person was good at the job was frequently quite debatable. In fact many of the well bred screw ups are in Congress and the bureaucracy because they don’t actually have to deliver to keep their jobs. I’m thinking Comey, McCain….Dodd/Frank who got to write a law to solve the crime they helped create…and on and on.

        Why I loved Donald Trump from the start is because he has actually earned – in fact trained – to be POTUS by what he’s actually accomplished in his life.

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        • glissmeister says:

          Edwardian conceit meets Prussian supremacism. This is and has always been 19th Century progressivism. Experts and academics of the era claimed it was scientific, even naming it “scientific socialism.” This is where Eugenics, Behavioralism, Racialism and Phrenology came from and set upon the world as a credentialized, official institutional policy. Our entire education system is built on the paradigms of scientific socialism and tabla rasa. Most of the corporate federal government operationalized in the late 19th and 20th Century have policies concretely rooted in scientific socialism, which was widely and aggressively championed by the Ivy League schools as the latest science.

          “You are to be improved. Experts shall do so and your place in society shall be scientifically determined and your credentials shall be awarded accordingly.”

          Most of the era’s Protestant wealthy were scientific socialists identifying politically as Progressive. It has always been false science… particularly the Racialism so broadly normalized and practiced by today’s institutions, corporations and governments.

          Go figure. It’s 2019. Our major universities and educational system is practicing Phrenology! And the salaries for the Directors of Racialism and Vice Presidents of Phrenology are sometimes in excess of $400,000 per year with full benefits and retirement. They now euphemistically call them “diversity executives” but in reality they are Racialists who have monetized the discredited science of Racialism; one of Phrenology’s worst ideas in the tragic, cruel and democidal 160 year history of scientific socialism.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          That’s a great point. When you run your own business, you can’t rely upon the Peter Principle. Either you perform successfully, or you won’t have a business.

          Liked by 4 people

    • Janie M. says:

      Ozero was the head viper:

      Liked by 5 people

  3. Robert Smith says:

    Comey’s one of the many clowns who should lose their clearance.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Jack Dempsey says:

    “Those orange suits?
    Do they come in big-and-tall sizes?”

    Liked by 6 people

  5. mj_inOC says:

    Psalm 73 from Scripture saw him coming:

    “3 For I was envious at the foolish, [when] I saw the prosperity of the wicked.
    4 For [there are] no bands in their death: but their strength [is] firm.
    5 They [are] not in trouble [as other] men; neither are they plagued like [other] men.
    6 Therefore pride compasseth them about as a chain; violence covereth them [as] a garment.
    7 Their eyes stand out with fatness: they have more than heart could wish.
    8 They are corrupt, and speak wickedly [concerning] oppression: they speak loftily.
    9 They set their mouth against the heavens, and their tongue walketh through the earth.
    10 Therefore his people return hither: and waters of a full [cup] are wrung out to them.
    11 And they say, How doth God know? and is there knowledge in the most High?
    12 Behold, these [are] the ungodly, who prosper in the world; they increase [in] riches.
    13 Verily I have cleansed my heart [in] vain, and washed my hands in innocency.
    14 For all the day long have I been plagued, and chastened every morning.
    15 If I say, I will speak thus; behold, I should offend [against] the generation of thy children.
    16 When I thought to know this, it [was] too painful for me;
    17 Until I went into the sanctuary of God; [then] understood I their end. (Psalms 73:3, KJV)”

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  6. hoghead says:

    Sanctimony is a sacrament of the lepht. (…along with abortion/infanticide, racism [politically approved only], etc.)

    Liked by 3 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Rush Limbaugh states in his very first book “The Way Things Ought To Be” (1993) that abortion is the Holy Sacrament of Liberalism.

      When one looks at the extreme lengths to which Liberals have gone to defend abortion, to “mainstream” it, and now to redefine it to include abject murder of a visible living human baby (“infanticide”), one can only marvel at Limbaugh’s astute sense of observation that was way ahead of most other conservatives at that time, and still ahead of many of them even today, infuriating as it is to have to observe that reality.


  7. Vanderbilt13 says:

    First paragraph is awesome writing!

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Genie says:

    Thanks for that, “Mr. No Reasonable Prosecutor.” Sheesh!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Patriot1783 says:

    Comey thinking he needs to go hide out in that Iowa corn field again.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Greg1 says:

    Yeah………….THAT’S what he wanted to when he LEAKED FBI DOCUMENTS to his buddy the law perfessor to LEAK to a compliant media ally to, in his own words, trigger a special counsel investigation.

    He’s gotta say sumthin’ to save face if indeed President Trump is cleared of “collusion” by Mueller.

    Trouble for Comey is………….his prior statements are on video……..print……and they don’t add up to this new statement.

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    • rrick says:

      Perhaps it is only in the memory that it matters. What value is there if word or deed is recorded but not remembered? And if remembered, then acted upon. Bearing in mind the myriad injustice should lead to action against those perpetrators who by their rancor have offended the probity of the just.

      While the multitudinous offense is troubling, more so is the lack of justice. By the grace of God I am not envious of the wicked who gain in power or riches nor even that they should seemingly escape judgement. That justice has not come and it is of them who should bring that justice which occupies my thoughts.

      Congress is culpable if not paralyzed. Article V is a fools errand at this time. My desire is for the citizenry to rise up to restore to virtue this Republic. One by one by one is a great start for at first it may seem small but soon will cascade as an avalanche of justice.

      As it has been since the beginning it is to the People to imbibe morality, not as to co-operative Federalism, but to those moral principals enshrined by our Founders.

      Presently we are like spectators seeing in disbelief the continued ravishing of our country yet aghast that the wheels of justice where once slow are now stopped. We wait for agency yet it is The People which are superior to all others.

      To end my rambling I simply say that to continue down this path of apparent balking will unleash a horrific frenzy by which them who brought this to bear by their immorality will pay dearly. My frustration is boiling over.


      • rrick says:

        The reader can ignore that part about ‘co-operative Federalism’. That term is conflated from a different comment which I wrote but did not post.


  11. Elric VIII says:

    Some of these people are so far gone they can’t see what they’ve done to themselves.

    Liked by 9 people

    • rrick says:

      Sin begets sin.

      “Alas, how one sin leads to another, and like flames of fire, spreads desolation in every direction! Dissipation leads to seduction; seduction produces wrath; wrath thirsts for revenge; the thirst of revenge has recourse to treachery; treachery issues in murder; and murder is followed by lawless depredation! Were we to trace the history of illicit commerce between the sexes, we should find it, more perhaps than any other sin, terminating in blood. We may read this warning truth not only in the life of David and his family, but in what is constantly occurring in our own times. The murder of the innocent offspring by the hand of the mother, or of the mother by the hand of the seducer; or of the seducer by the hand of a brother, or a supplanted rival — are events which too frequently fail under our notice. Nor is this all, even in the present world. Murder seldom escapes detection: a public execution therefore may be expected to close the tragical process!”

      Written by Andrew Fuller, English theologian (1754 – 1815)


      • rrick says:

        I am a sinner. Tonight, not for the 1st time, I have a taste for lawless depredation. Pray for me. And pray for them who irk us.

        Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbor, and hate thine enemy. But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you; That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust. For if ye love them which love you, what reward have ye? do not even the publicans the same? And if ye salute your brethren only, what do ye more than others? do not even the publicans so? Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.
        Matthew 5

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    • Linda K says:

      I would be happy if they would at least see what they have done to the country, and in Mr. Comey’s case, what he did to the reputation of the FBI.


  12. SR says:

    But we care when everyone everyday talk about collusion and Russia. We reach to a point it feels a direct attack on us and worst part PTrump is having hard time to defend himself. I donot care of Rebuilding a great FBI and deep state again and 99% are great folks work there. I want to see crying fake msm, indictments of deep state actors, previous administration folks and Hillary’s email fair investigation but no wait for 2 more year of another SC and then boom 2020 so we have to wait.

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  13. Nattydreadbushdoc says:

    James Comey: What I Want From the Mueller Report
    “I am rooting for a demonstration to the world that the United States justice system works.”

    When you are looking out from the top the gallows you will know. When you swing from a rope the world will too.

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  14. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Comey illegally leaked his memos (diaries) of his interactions with the President to start a fraudulent special counsel. He also bragged how sending Strzok and Pientka to ambush
    Flynn wouldn’t have worked on Obama or Bush people. What a sickening group of self important bureaucrats fills the DOJ.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Tall Texan says:

      DS – well-stated about the self-serving DOJ bureaucrats.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Doppler says:

      That bragging about bushwhacking Flynn is a video clip that should be played over and over, as Comey’s legacy. Targeting the innocent. Abuse of power. Snarking with his political allies about “scoring” in the political blood sport he’d turned his FBI team to play. Enjoying the group chuckle behind blind justice’s back. Thanks for reminding me, DS.

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    • Comey had one story when he was the hero of the left. Once he realized he didn’t have an Obamalike pedestal, he started moderating that story (aka self-preservation). He should have moved on, put on his little pink pussy hat (or vagina breastplate, whatever) and disappeared into obscurity. Problem for him will be if he’s called in to testify under oath—then he has to choose between his left hero mirage or imprisonment. We will never know his motives, other than his self-importance. At this point, if he had an iota of sense he would shut up and hope the populace forgets he was there!


      • Just Beachy says:

        Absolutely! My thoughts exactly. After what he has participated in, one would think he would shut up and be happy he is not in more trouble, but NO. We continue to be the beneficiaries of his pearls of wisdom. Won’t most law enforcement tell you to exercise your right to remain silent? You’ve done enough. You’ve said enough. Shut up.


  15. Paul B. says:

    The amount of dishonesty in high places is cause for great concern. It is pervasive, near overwhelming. We need to be praying for this nation, that a spirit of repentance would sweep over the land and lead to restoration.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Tl Howard says:

    This bastard should spend his final days in prison but knowing he won’t, I’d love for a group of frat boys to tar and feather him, put in the woods, then call the authorities and the press, who’d get there to take the pictures. Oh, and he should be tied naked to a tree. What a sight.

    Liked by 1 person

    • wilski says:

      Yes, yes and yes. A snatch-and-grab op. Swift, clean and no loud noises. A movie where leading high level corrupt individuals keep disappearing. All sucked-up by a UFO vacuum space craft and deposited in a very hot place. I can think of about two dozen ex-government employees, just to start it off.


  17. MikeN says:

    When Flynn was indicted, Comey said:
    But justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Troublemaker10 says:

    Yeah, I’m still trying to get past Coney saying he had his friend leak memos hoping they would appoint a special counsel. Special counsel for what????? There was no crime.

    Liked by 1 person

    • USA First! says:

      Appoint a special counsel to do exactly what it’s done:

      1. Keep a cloud of suspicion over President Trump.

      2. Delegitimize him in on the world stage.

      3. Allow the Democrats and GOPe to outright oppose and derail the MAGA agenda.

      4. Waste precious time from his first four year term.

      5. Make him unelectable for a second term by all the low info voters.

      6. Send a message to anyone that goes against the cabal that they will destroy you if they can.

      7. To try and hide their spying and worse against President Trump.

      The point is that there is many reasons Comey leaked to his friend to get a special counsel in place.

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  19. convert says:

    History will not be kind to this delusional megalomaniac. And the good thing is that he will live to see it. Remember, the Right and the Left hate this guy ( the left true -believrrs think he cost Hil the election.) There will be many books written about this mess and Comey won’t fare well, no matter who the writer is

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  20. Tl Howard says:

    You know, the story of sedition is a so complicated and the media will work so hard to obfuscate that I fear the public will just tune out, which is, of course, what the left wants. Only if major names are arrested will the public pay attention. I fear even IF Trump declassified everything, the Dems effective spin teams would go to work immediately on every channel and they’d control the narrative with THEIR interpretation of what happened.

    I really wish Trump and anyone willing to help him win re-election would actually work hard to PROVE the crime that was committed against Judge Kavanaugh. Prove that Ford and her puppets planned the whole thing, that Ford was LYING, that Feinstein and all the Dems on the panel were fine with FRAMING the judge and there you have it–corruption in plain sight, an easy story to understand and the public is invested in that story because of the visuals that are still fresh in their mind. Plus, it blows holes in the phony feminist crap we’ve been having to listen to for the last couple of years.

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    • Mr. G says:

      Most of the public has ALREADY tuned out

      What’s a FISA…a new kind of sneaker?

      Barr is positioned perfectly to glide this puppy to it’s predetermined soft landing. No one goes to jail. No one is held to account. And the beat goes on in The Swamp.

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  21. bkrg2 says:

    he is a traitorous piece of shit that deserves to flushed down the toilet


  22. MightyMustardSeed says:

    Mr Comey. You have never told us specially what you are accusing President Trump of doing.

    You, on the other hand, are guilty of specific crimes.

    Be assured that a ‘reasonable prosecuter’ is waiting to charge and prosecute your willful actions.


  23. MAGAbear says:

    From the Jeopardy TV game show…….

    Alex: what is a sanctimonious ass?
    Contestant : who is James Comey?
    Alex: correct answer!

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  24. How about the disgusting traitor Comey, together with enablers Rosenstein (through malice) and Sessions (through pathological cowardice) PAY ALL THE COSTS of the phony “investigation”.

    I resent that even a fraction of a cent of MY tax money goes to cover those costs and pay for potentially felonious Mueller’s luxurious life.

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

    It should be said…..

    Brennen is still holding out for indictments on Trump and all his kids.


  26. justlizzyp says:

    I remember when he said he didn’t do weasel-like things. This seems awfully weasel-ish. I wonder if anyone could prosecute him for lying about THAT one?


    • Blind no longer says:

      My latest, on former FBI Counsel James Baker’s yet-unreleased House testimony—which shows @Comey has been far from candid.
      9:16 PM – Mar 21, 2019
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      Baker’s testimony shows Comey wasn’t being fully candid about the dossier.

      Liked by 1 person

  27. Sayit2016 says:

    WOW— Comey said ” he does not care”. Did he say this with a straight face ? He very much cares otherwise he would not be STILL TALKING ! This guy is as delusional as I have ever seen. I watch Brennan, Comey, Hillary, Lynch, and the whole angry sets of democratic that pretend they did not have BOTH hands in the ILLEGAL attempt to remove a sitting President and it is absolutely astonishing to me- so much so you have to think – wait is there something I do not know for them to be so sure what DIDN’T happen?

    I watched an Interesting movie called The Post, ( regarding the Pentagon Papers) and there was an interesting line, regarding a decisions the USSC handed down it said, “from the majority opinion: ‘In the First Amendment the Founding Fathers gave the free press the protection it must have to fulfill its essential role in our democracy. The press was to serve the governed, not the governors.”

    I have been thinking about this in regards to SPYGATE- in that the Media has had a perverted but protected position, to ” serve the governor’s ( protect the deep state) and NOT the governed.” Had the media being doing it’s job, they would have been reporting in earnest the FACTUAL DETAILS
    of biggest scandal in American history, with the same vengeance and intensity that they have tried to take President Trump down in the press. The mind boggles.

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    • meow4me2 says:

      Sayit2016, good point. The media are protecting the swamp, they’re part of it. This is what the President means when he calls them the enemy of the people. You should send that comment into the White House.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Rick L says:

      The Conservative Treehouse is doing the job the founders intended very well. The MSM is not the only press and over time the lost credibility they have been earning will be their downfall.

      Liked by 1 person

    • You hit the nail on the head when you said the FREE press got First Amendment protection. The MSM is not eligible for this protection because they only serve one party and one ideology (which is NOT the ideology of the American people). The only thing free about the MSM is the free pass they get by their user puppeteers.

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  28. King Arthur says:

    Anytime I hear “rule of law” or “that’s not who we are”, I’m completely tuned in to the fact I’m listening to a globalist, a liberal, a vapid beaurocrat, John Ogre Brennan, or Paul Ryan. Apparently “rule of law” doesn’t extend to immigration laws or foreign citizens illegally entering our country, but there’s never an explanation beyond the platitude of stupidity and vanity within those two statements.

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  29. Comey’s substantive comments could have come from (and perhaps did) a screed against him and his fellow agents of sedition against the USA, its rule of law, President Trump, lawful Congressmen and the American people.

    1) “It is deeply concerning that…COMEY…would protect himself by torching the institutions of justice” (i.e., FBI, DOJ, prosecutors uncovering evidence against Hillary in Weiner’s laptop, all the criminal actions against the targeted ones like Flynn, Papadopoulos, Page, Caputo, etc.)
    2) “…so much of our national leadership has abandoned its commitment to truth (c.f. multiple documented Comey lies) and the rule of law (countless examples from Comey, and not just as part of Spygate fiasco)


  30. Stephen Paul says:

    It is so aggravating seeing these guy get away with his criminal behavior ,he is just so smug and in your face you want to see him get his comeuppance. It gives you a sick feeling in your stomach knowing there are people like him involved in this government. He’s been fired and disgraced but we still have to see and hear from him, it’s terrible and I know nobody in DC will hold him accountable.


  31. Comey now says he has no idea if Trump colluded with Russians. But 3 years ago he must have had some evidence, or he would not have been able to open a full investigation.

    Comey is a Baby Huey! In size and moral fiber.


    • Bob says:

      Three years ago he didn’t have evidence…he and his gang made up the false evidence…remember?


      • gsonFIT says:

        He didn’t have a crime either! But he wants us all to know how American Justice system works. Not innocent till proven guilty but here is our criminal lets investigate till we have evidence to prove a crime.

        He is going to be in the History books.


  32. Merkin Muffy says:

    It’s frightening to think that for decades, this nation has been run by people as dangerous and dishonorable as James Comey. It’s a wonder we still have a country.


  33. Blind no longer says:

    grifter is a con artist: someone who swindles people out of money through fraud. If there’s one type of person you don’t want to trust, it’s a grifter: someone who cheats others out of money. Grifters are also known as chiselers, defrauders, gougers, scammers, swindlers, and flim-flam men.
    GRIFTER. Hypernyms (“grifter” is a kind of…): beguiler; cheat; cheater; deceiver; slicker; trickster (someone who leads you to believe something that is not true)

    Isn’t this exactly what the FBI tried to do? Make us believe something that wasn’t true about Russian Collusion? Just a bunch of scam artists POS, operating on the tax payers dime in the FBI/Special Counsel and Deep State government!!!


  34. visage13 says:

    They all thought President Trump would fire Mueller and that would be the end of his Presidency. They underestimate him at every turn. I hope Pres Trump burns it down after the report and gets them all what they deserve.

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  35. gsonFIT says:

    I recall that once PDJT liberated us from this idiot, Comey revealed his Facebook identity. He then made more than 2 post of himself and others in various stages of attendance to some Broadway plays. It struck me that he had so much of a penchant for drama that maybe he was in the wrong business. I further recollect how rehearsed his HRC “not guilty” speech was, and I havent heard . “Oh Lawdy” since my Grandmother in the 1970s. Finally in his Congressional testimony he had the aside with Senator Angus King about a “”meddlesome priest” This guy is delusional.

    Reinhold Niebuhr doth protest too much me thinks.

    Schiff sucks


    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      That aside would have had Thomas Becket rotating in his grave–if Henry VIII hadn’t scattered his remains.


  36. Michael Hennessy says:

    It’s a NYT fluff piece. Why bother?


  37. Me says:

    False prophet Comey


  38. frank field says:

    Oh my GOD! May the LORD grant that we see this self righteous, crooked man see justice in this lifetime…for our joy and the sake of the our nation.

    I’m nauseous.


  39. Me says:

    HA I just noticed the instructions on the flap of the drug box. 😋

    Liked by 1 person

  40. Brian R Wayda says:

    Growacet… very funny. Needs to be cyanide.


  41. Alex50 says:

    Didn’t know you could pile BS so high: 6’ 8”.


  42. amwick says:

    We (CTH peeps) pretty much hold this nuu nuuu in contempt. I wish that I could ask a field agent, a person, just a regular working person there, what they think…There was a vacation where I met a retired agent, but we didn’t keep in touch. I did a quick look see, there are a few articles, but I don’t trust them.. *sighs


  43. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Gosh, if that isn’t noble, I don’t know what is.

    I do know what sarcastic means, though…


  44. bitterlyclinging says:

    Baracky Obammunist castigating the Supreme Court during his State Of The Union Speech for the Court’s Citizen United decision.


  45. Dani TX says:

    Diana West wrote a book, The Red Thread, which shows the beginnings of the Socialist influence in America. Obama and Comey have the same “favorite” theologian and social justice warrior of the 1930s, Reinhold Niebuhr. Interesting and scary book on how the Russians really have infiltrated the high positions in our government, especially with Obama as president and Comey as head of the FBI.


  46. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    But he hasn’t used his authority to end Mr. Mueller’s work. (That would have been a crisis of a different order — shutting down the investigation, rather than just trying to undermine its credibility.)

    Comey has to add in yet another thing that DID NOT HAPPEN.



  47. thegoosefish says:

    Unfortunately his former agency is filled from top to bottom with former Clinton devotees. This is a sad fact and one that I don’t see being rectified anytime soon.


  48. Mightycomservstive says:

    “I care only that the work be done, well and completely. If it is, justice will have prevailed and core American values will have been protected at a time when so much of our national leadership has abandoned its commitment to truth and the rule of law.”

    While I use the word “leadership” loosely, were you not a part of that, as director of the FBI?
    What an eedjit.


  49. ilcon says:



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